2019 Citrus Achievement Award winner Bob Behr says the industry needs to get more aggressive in telling its story to the masses.
A 908 trees-per-acre grove is being grown in Florida and groomed with mechanical harvest in mind.
Longtime UF/IFAS Vegetable Extension Agent Gene McAvoy is retiring, but his work in the field is far from over.
Commerce Department commits to strong enforcement of trade law.
U.S. Representative Kathy Castor sees firsthand ecosystem services being provided on the farm.
Whether growing crops south or north of Lake Okeechobee, agriculture is going to be in the middle of the rancorous debate over water.
See what challenges in Tallahassee have turned into future opportunity on the state’s farming front.
Deal between Citrus Research and Development Foundation and University of Florida will allow the Foundation to continue to operate as it had since its inception in 2009.
After an in-depth reevaluation, group broadens its umbrella and sharpens focus.
The latest Census of Agriculture breaks down what many Florida growers already know: Large farms are getting larger and small farms are shrinking.
Blockchain and fumigation alternatives at center of discussions during 37th annual Agritech education program and trade show.